From Alexis Wiggins in the Washington Post:
Wiggins, a former teacher, is now a high school "learning coach," and so shadowed two students -- that is, attended all their classes with them and did all the same work -- in order to learn how to better coach her students.
Among her takeaways: "build in a hands-on, move-around activity into every single class day" and "Offer brief, blitzkrieg-like mini-lessons with engaging, assessment-for-learning-type activities following directly on their heels."
Yes! That's pretty much what we do here.
I also loved this:
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